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About our school

Holy Trinity C of E Primary School an average size Primary School with 210 children.   We opened a nursery provision for the first time in September 2014.    We are over-subscribed and have waiting lists for many year groups. We have below national average FSM, ethnic minority, EAL, SEN, LAC, deprivation and mobility. Our curriculum is firmly based in Basic Skills which is complemented by a themed approach to deliver foundation subjects.   Our subject co-ordinators have worked hard to plan  and implement Curriculum 2014, alongside a new assessment structure to deliver assessment without levels.  We use a number of ‘experts’ to deliver aspects of the curriculum such as PE, Music and MFL, alongside a wide variety of ‘WOW’ experiences within and beyond school to inspire and enhance learning.

We have a distinctive Christian character which reverberates through every aspect of school life and underpins the ethos of our school community. Our highly skilled, collegiate staff, support pupils socially and pastorally as well as academically, through Mentoring, Nurture Groups, Sand Play Therapy, Parent Support Advisors and basic Christian values for life. We celebrate our Christian faith and values and enjoy a very strong partnership with Holy Trinity Church which is adjacent to the school.

We are a Joint Leadership School in the Hartlepool Teaching School Alliance – Together to Succeed. We work closely with NETS (North East Teaching Schools) and NETSP (North East Teaching Schools Partnership) which holds a license to deliver NPQH and other leadership qualifications and are an appropriate body for NQTs.  

Holy Trinity C of E is a warm and happy school where staff pride themselves on maintaining high standards of care, achievement and progress for all its pupils.   

What we can offer:

  • Personalised professional development opportunities
  • Opportunity to be part of the development of a new school and new nursery provision
  • CPD opportunities through the school’s lead role in Teaching Schools Alliance
  • Highly effective support staff – each class has a full time Teaching Assistant
  • Outstanding behaviour of pupils who show excellent attitudes towards learning
  • Forward thinking, committed and skilled team
  • Warm, collegiate and supportive environment

What staff say about working here:

‘Working here is challenging and rewarding’

‘In my role, I get the flexibility and trust to do my job’

‘CPD is excellent. Since joining the team as an NQT, I have learnt so much in a short space of time.’

‘I was made to feel really welcome when I started my new role in September.’

‘I am encouraged to try new things and take on responsibilities that really make a difference to children’s lives!’

What pupils say about staff:

‘Teaching Assistants help us through hard tasks and we love them!’

‘Teachers all work exceptionally hard’ and ‘they teach us how to be the best we can be while letting us have fun!’

‘Teachers work extremely hard trying to get the best for their pupils’

‘The teaching assistants always have a smile on their faces’

‘All of the teachers in our school are really kind and caring’